And then he cited research that actually quantifies this.“In crunching the numbers, they found on an aggregate level, Latino men have to make something like ,000 more than a comparable white man for a white women to be open to dating them,” he said, adding for African-American men, that figure is closer to 0,000. It’s 0,000 more than a comparable white male would make.“I think that’s kind of telling,” Le said.But it’s not clear how many Asian-American men are looking for white women to marry.Liu Yun, a sociologist in Xi’an, Shaanxi Province, who conducted a study on ABC marriages two years ago, said that more overseas Chinese have started to choose Chinese or people of Chinese origin due to the country’s growing international image.With Asian males constantly emasculated in mainstream media, Lin shatters these stereotypes with his continued success in the NBA. S.-born Asian-American couples who married someone outside of their race dropped by almost 10% between 20 as more of them are marrying within their community, according to 2012 census data released by the Pew Research Center.
And that in itself is what makes the show, “Master of None,” revolutionary.
He shares his experience during his draft year when people compared him with another rising star — Jon Wall.“You don’t see a lot of non-Asian girls going for Asian guys.
That’s just like when they say ‘yellow fever’ growing up, it wasn’t like all these white girls are going for Asian guys.
From a dimly lit room, you hear the protagonist before you see him.
He lets out a string of expletives because the condom broke and the girl isn’t on birth control. The whole situation is awkward, believable, and hilarious in a yikes-glad-that-ain’t-me kind of way.